Some of my favourite venues in Scotland as a wedding photographer

Every venue is unique, with it's own atmosphere. From grand castles and stately homes, to community halls and home gardens, to rustic barns and beaches, Scotland has something to offer every couple.
A bride and Groom kiss on the top of Castle Campbell

Your choice of venue is one of the first decisions you have to make when planning your wedding

There are separate pages on favourite 'local' venues in the Borders, East Lothian and Mid-Lothian:

Archerfield House
Fenton Tower
Glencorse House
Marine Hotel
Ravensheugh Log Cabin
Wedderburn Castle
I have lost count of the number of different venues that I have photographed weddings at in Scotland.
Here are a few that are at the front of my memory! Starting in the north, I've been a wedding photographer at:

A community hall on Stronsay in the Orkneys (twice!)
Glencanisp Lodge, Lochinver
Bunchrew House near Inverness
Brodie Castle and Innes House near Elgin
The Aultmore Estate near Nethy Bridge
The shore of Loch An Eilein, Aviemore
Mar Lodge, Braemar
Blair Castle, Pitlochry
Guthrie Castle near Forfar
The Carnoustie Golf Hotel, Carnoustie
Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire
The Old Course Hotel. and Rufflets, St Andrews
Kellie Castle, Fife
Castle Campbell, Dollar (photographed above)
The Balmoral Hotel, Caledonian Hotel, the George Hotel and the Royal Botanical Gardens, in Edinburgh (to name just a few in the capital!)
The House for an Art Lover and the University in Glasgow
Broxmouth Park, near Dunbar
Duns Castle in the Borders
Countless family houses and gardens